A bowl of soba noodles that highlights both Japanese and Philippine flavors, the Sang La Tan Tan Soba blends the restaurant’s signature dashi (soup stock), Shoyu Tare (soy sauce aged for 2 years from the Wakayama Prefecture), and the local flavors of peanut paste, chilis, and white cane vinegar.
Garnished with some sauteed minced crispy pork and leeks, the Sang La Tan Tan Soba is reminiscent of two prominent Filipino dishes, the kare-kare and pork sisig. Playing with the usual sweet, sour, and spicy local flavors, the soba melds together with the Japanese classic Tantanmen bold umami flavors, creating a bowl of Filipino Umami: heavy, intense, complex, and playful.
If you’re craving for a bowl, better hurry! Tsuta Philippines only serve up to 50 bowls of Sang La Tan Tan Soba every day for only PHP 390.00!
Tsuta Philippines still serves their signature Shoyu Soba (Tsuta Philippines’ Michelin-starred Dish), Japanese gyoza, karaage, and green tea pudding for dessert.